About Regents park Padel Club

Public Padel courts in London, and the UK are rare. But we’re delighted to see Will to Win offering these public Padel Courts for everyone to play on!  There are club sessions, tournaments and leagues for players of all levels. 

Regents Park London Padel Club Booking and playing questions

  • How do you play Padel at Esher Tennis and Padel Club?

  • Simply book in advance! There are adult and junior courses and classes too. Being a relatively new club (as most in the UK are!) court conditions are good and you can (pay extra) for foodlights in the evening, meaning you can play all year round.

    How do I book a court at the club? Can I join a club night?

  • Join one of the weekly club night socials to test your game and meet other Padel players. Levels vary but you’ll be quickly placed in a four which reflects ability where possible. This is one of the best ways to find players to hit with regularly. There is even a Padel coffee morning if you fancy an early game and feeling good for the rest of the day. 

    One thing to note is if you are competing for one of the peak time slots, you can book 14 days in advance as a Padel card holder, or 7 as a non card holder, so it may be worth getting in order to secure your court!

    If you’re not sure of your standard the two primary ways to find out are by joining one of these social lessons/sessions or by booking a private coaching session with one of the Padel Pros. These are more expensive but gives you a good feel for the game and some coaching which depending on your level may be useful.

    Do I need my own Padel Bat / Racket?

  • You don’t have to, you can simply hire for £3 per hour per person, ideal for beginners.  If you are wanting to play with your own equipment check out our best beginner, intermediate and advanced Padel rackets or Padel Bats here!

    Junior Padel in London

    If you have a child or children who love Padel, Junior sessions are available. Junior Padel courses for kids aged between 7-16 years will start during the Spring term! Sessions are led by a qualified padel coach and will run on Tuesdays in a two age groups.


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